Pilot G-Tec-C Gel Pen - 0.25 mm - Black

Pilot G-Tec-C Gel Pen - 0.25 mm - Black

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The G-Tec-C pen is the International version of the Hi-Tec-C. Pens may be labeled differently by manufacturers depending on country region. Some of our customers are more familiar with the G-Tec-C line so we brought them in!

What are Hi-Tec C/G-Tec-C pens?

These pens are special pens that are currently very popular in Asia. They are highly sought after in the US, but are very difficult to find in stores.

The fine tipped point of Pilot Hi-Tec C and G-Tec-C pens allow you to write with incredible precision. Moreover the ink is chemically formulated so that it will not bleed after it dries.

Thin gel pen fans immediately recognize the brilliant design of these pens. They are available in different point sizes and in a variety of colors.

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Just to remind people...
December 16, 2009
Just to remind people as it seems that many do not know... to write with small diameter pens you should use smooth paper, that is quality type of paper such as Rhodia, Clairefontaine etc, not the usual domestic crap you find in Staples and other common stores. You could use it on those cheap rough papers but the pen will skip and you will ruin the tip of the pen. So you have to use good french made paper (other make good paper too eg Japanese, Italian) and you will love drawing or writing with these type of pens.

Had to add that in as some people complain [likely not knowing about quality of paper required for good results] about skipping etc, not only these pens but almost any other tiny diameter of pen.

Remember the two high quality papers: Clairefontaine notebooks of various sizes (this one is best and is much thicker than Rhodia, and Rhodia is very common. I use Rhodia blank notebooks in size A4 for sketching and doodling while for writing I use Clairefontaine notebooks of both pocket and A4 size for writing important notes for home [studies, archival notes...I still have to have written notes/articles on paper as i do not trust computers 100%...they eventually crash..I know backup etc, but that also crashes believe me]. Nothing beats writing on nice paper.
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I love these pens for...
July 17, 2009
I love these pens for fine tuning watercolors and for making very, very thin lines. I use them, also to fill in very small gaps that my calligraphy pen left. LOVE it!!!! The Signo .18 is also a great pen.... even smaller than this one if you can believe that! This is needle fine.
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Excellent pen, metallic...
September 25, 2015
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Excellent pen, metallic nib gel pen for extremely fine lines. Not for "fast" drawing as this is a very tiny nib so as fully expected less ink flows to tip than say a medium sized nib. One of my favs.
I like the fine line....
July 29, 2015
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I like the fine line. Writes good
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I want to love this pen...
May 24, 2015
I want to love this pen oh so much. But it's difficult to appreciate it when it cannot be used to its full potential. Every single one of my .25 are still more than 80% filled with ink but cannot use them because, for whatever technical reason, the ink flow will not continue out. I'm a very DIY person and have been trying to research ways on how to prevent this, or fix it, but I'm not finding a solution to help in that regard.

Example: I'm currently practicing verbs in Japanese from the 501 verb reference book, from A-Z. I'm in the Ns right now (this is just in romaji, no kanji yet) and my pen JUST died. You can see a visual of the ink being a strong, vibrant line to faded into... well, it faded until it couldn't write anymore. I didn't notice until it was too late.

I'm obsessed with the larger points - my first ones were now-discontinued colors I found in Japan at .5 size. I don't know if I can buy another one which makes me rather sad (sigh). 0.3 it'll have to be for my long-winded writing projects. C'est la vie.